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'Chill': No, National Review did NOT sell out for Donald Trump

Some tweeters are all breathless over a pro-Trump op-ed at National Review Online written by Conrad Black.



What happened to the magazine’s firm “Against Trump” stance? They’re, like, total sellouts now!

Here’s the thing, though:

Imagine that! Conrad Black, contrary to the opinion of people who have been paying absolutely no attention, does not speak for National Review.


A silly tweet, indeed.

NRO did delete the original tweet and replace it with this:

NRO’s editor Charles C.W. Cooke explained that decision, as well as the decision to publish Black’s op-ed:


And there you have it.


Seriously. Just because some outlets have fallen victim to the hive mindset doesn’t mean they all have.

Editor’s note: This post has been updated with additional tweets.

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